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2/21/2014

Fluorescent Magnification Lamp Reduces Worker Eye Strain

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The ProVue 8D magnification lamp from Aven features 3× magnification (8 diopter) and fluorescent illumination.

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The ProVue 8D magnification lamp from Aven features 3× magnification (8 diopter) and fluorescent illumination. A 22-W circular bulb provides broad, cool, shadow-free light for precision assembly, inspection or design applications. It is also suitable for repair operations and scientific research labs. According to the company, the workbench lamp’s high magnification and bright lighting reduce eye strain and vision fatigue for high-volume industrial users.

The 5" glass lens provides 360-degree undistorted viewing, and a 45" spring-balanced arm enables a range of stationary positioning. The lamp features a white metal housing, mounting clamp and 5-ft. power cord. Replacement bulbs, a 3-diopter auxiliary lens and a 5-diopter swing-away lens are available as options.

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